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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
POWELL nUTTK, Doc. 8.-
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Elsler camo homo Tuesday from tho
xlltch camp, oast ot Hend whoro he has
ooon ? working for tho past two
Irrta Bros, ot the Wlllamotto vol
lo wero visitors In this soctton sor
orcl day a tho past wook. Thou men
tiro locking (or locattdns und tvmo
favorably Impressed rlth 'possibili
ties in these- parts.
,Harvoy Harris of Rodrocnd wan a
t)usln'oss visitor In this locn'lty Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams m turn
ed Monday from their honeymoon
trip to Portland and other valley
joints and aro now located on tholr
Powell Ilutto farm where they will
le at home to their frlonds.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Humphreys and
daughter ot Parller. Cal., arrived tho
fore part of the week with tho Inten
tion of locating. They nro staying nt
tho homo of Mr. Humphrey's brother
Tor tho present.
A pile of bridge timbers at tho rlv
tir bed crossing would Indlcnto that
there Is to Ik n now bridge there.
Miss Pooro, a sister ot Mrs. J. J.
Gnopman, came In from Uio vatloy
Tuesday and will make a thrco
mouths' visit with relatives here.
L. Jon oa, tho Prlnovllle sheepman,
has bought hay of A. H. Uhodo and
will winter his Inrgo flock ot shoep
nere, herding them on the "desert
during the day and fecdingmnd hed
ging thorn at Mr. Rhode's plnce.
Hobbs Dros. and Dowey Johnson
went to Prlnovllle Wednesday whero
lyc Hobba and young Johnson wero
to appear In court as defendants In
a case which, upon presentation, was
donled a hearing. On their return a
most deplorable accident happened
to Dewey, who was horseback and In
soma manner became separated from
tho others,, who were In a hack, Tho
, particulars of tho mattor will prob
ably never bo known, but the young
man waa picked tip by somo folks
In an auto, cvldontly having been
thrown or having fallen from his
horse. It Is presumed that tho ani
mal fell and threw tho rider In such
a way as to stun him, and tho subse
quent exposure, together with this
Injury, aro tho causes of his contin
ued Inability to tell a connected Btory
of the accident.
Mrs. Allen WlUeoxon nnd daugh
tcr Harriet lott Thursday for Port
land where they will Join Mr. WlU
eoxon for a visit with friends. On
their way homo they will atop over
Tit Hood River for a few days' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hussett and
family, former residents here.
Joo Elliott transacted business at
the county seat Wednesday.
Mrs. Jones and son went to Prlno
vllle Friday for a brief visit with the
older son Ralph, who Is attending
tho C. C. II. S.
Ed Williams received a car ot hogs
from tho outside last weel. IIo 111
Join the ranks of the "Prosperous
Powell Ilutto Pork Producers."
Geo. Morgan finished hauling wire
Tor Mr. Cornett last week. This
wire la for tho erection of a five-mile
fence which will turn anything from
a Jackrabblt to a broachy cow. Mr.
Morgan la putting up three-fourths
of a mile of the same kind of fencing.
Guy Seara and Mrs. N. P. Alley
wore summoned to Prlnevlllo last
week aa witnesses In the Crenshaw
Miss Mabel Allen was a Prlnevlllo
Mrs. A. W. faajn returned from
Prlnevlllo Sunday, where she visited
Mlsc Hazel for several days.
N. P. Alley went to Prlnevlllo on
Friday and submitted the plans for
the Wilson school house to County
Superintendent Meyers. Tho plans
were entirely satisfactory with tho
exception of the windows, Mr. Meyers
statins that to comply with tho new
laws the windows must all be located
o ike light will come from the left
hand tide of the pupils. To mako
this 'peaaJljla It will be necessary to
to place all the windows In the north
side of the house with the exception
of the. two small onos which will be
in the east end of the building. Tho
lumber for this school house Is on
the ground and work has commenced.
Frank Dalley and sister, Mrs. Zel
ma Cox, aad Miss I5vu Hannah or
Southern Oregon are visiting at the
Geo. Hobbs home. These people aro
former. friends of Mr. Hobbs and will
probably remain In this locality for
the winter. Mr. Dalley fs a mining
man and expects to do a little pros
pecting while here.
The local co-operative weather ob
server, Karl Saundora. has furnished
the following' report of the conditions'
In till? locality during November:
Mean maximum temperature, -97.7
degrees; ntean minimum, 31.73 de
grees; maan, 43.2 degrees. The
warmest day was tho Oth, with G2 de
grees registered, nnd the coldest days
were the 3rd and 28th, with 21 de
grees recorded. Tho record shown
November to havo had 4 cloudy days
and 17 partly oloudy, with 9 clear.
Tho total precipitation was 0.45 In.
Ga, Hcbbs shlppad a oar of hogs
Tuesday. This is the first car ovor
hllln from the yards in Redmond,
the stock in which vjgre owned by
one man alone. Tho carload was
billed to Seattle via Portland and the
hogs wero to be sold at the latter
city If tho mnrket prlco was satisfac
tory. Mr. Hobbs accompanied the
Mra. N. P. Alloy entertained tho;
Powell Dutto Sorosla Wednesday at
an all-day session, Tho ladles Hod
comforters In tho early nttornoon fol
lowing a sumptuous dinner served by
tho hostess, Aftor tho work wna fin
ished tho business part ot tho meet
Ing clatmod tho attention ot thoso
present until tlmo for homo goings.
The next mooting of tho club will bo
with Mlsa Mabol Alton.
Mr. nnd Mra. U. C. Trucsdale,
Reovos Wtltcoxon and Earl Saundora
and Goo. Ilraieo wero Powell Ilutto
peoplo at tho "got together" meeting
of farmers In Redmond Saturday.
CRESCENT, Dec. 6. A. L. 8ogar
and Jim Redmond returnod Tuesday
from Long Pratrlo whero thoy havo
been for sovoral weeks making re
pairs on tho school house.
Georgo Mnyfleld was In town on
Thursday and Friday, a guest ot E.
G. Rourk, returning to tho ranch on
Hans Zimmerman enmo In from
tho big Marsh Thursday.
sprained back Inst wook, hut nt Inst
reports wna Improving.
E. W, Glllnm, Henry Monslo'r nnd
Gabriel Datontl woro In Prlnevlllo
last wook. Mr. Monster took exam
ination tor cltliouahlp pnpora. On
his return ho found both ot hts
G, A. Johnson waa visiting on
Duck crook last wook.
Edwin Schroder spent several days
last week looking for stray homes.
Mr, nnd Mrs. C. tl. McConnell ot
Duma wero visiting with Mr. and
Mra. Horace Drooktnga Sunday. Mr.
McConnell and Mr, Drooklngs camo
Into Central Oregon togothor sovoral
Tho famoua boar dog Danger, be
longing to Ed Santry, died last Tues
day. Ho was lost In tho woods for a
month, being found last week, but
tho oxposuro nnd hunger brought on
his death, tt.ls thought. Ho former
ly belonged to Norman Shearer, who
was accidentally fatally shot in tho
mountains two years ago.
Mr. and Mra. D. A. Jones wero In
from their ranch Friday.
S. A. Ice Is In from his winter
camp at Summit Lake for several
pairs ot skls.
Tht Woman's Civic Leaguo waa en
tertained Friday by Mrs. E. O.
Rourk. Tho nttornoon was spent In
preparation for the coming Chlrat-
mas entertainment, and dollclous re
freshments helped mako tho gather
ing n pleasant one. Tho leaguo will
meet with Mrs. Hazol Smith on tho
Elmer Tylor went to Dcnd Friday
Jako Howard loft Friday for Bond,
expecting to return next week with a
load of freight for E. a. Rourk.
Walter Smith has finished hauling
hay for D. A. Jones.
HELD, Dec. a. Wattor Hoffland
visited and took dinner with E. G.
White, who Is locntod on the south
fork of Hoar crook.
Mr. Nolan returned to his homo
stead this week.
Tho woll drilling outflt Is now nt
Mr. Lytlo's and la down 200 foot.
Tho stnro nt Highland la well pat
ronized by this neighborhood nnd
surrounding country. Jack Rivera
Is tho proprietor.
F. T. Carpenter nnd family will
move Into tholr now houao noxt wook
nnd will colobrato.
Chns. it. doming will go out for
tho winter to work.
Erie Danlolson Is about to go out
for tho winter. Tho family will re
This little nock ot tho country Is
represented by many tradesmen, In
eluding brick and atone masons, car
penters, shoemakers, machinists,
electricians, Bailors, longshoromon
and school teachers.
Clyde A. Dalsley la digging a woll
for F. L. Ramsay.
Mrs. Chas. Mills returned to her
home this week. Mr. Mills will re
A Christmas program and treo will
bo given at tho Hlghand echoo
houso Christmas Eve. All will bt
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from Upper Lnko. Cnl. During tho lut-
Mor part of tho trip cold weather wan
oncounterod. They traveled through
snow for S00 mttos, somo ot It 10
Anna Donlavy catlod on Echo Ord
Alhort Mohtor and family nnd his
cousin, Mr. Hollowny, and Ira Fox
nnd 'family wero dlnnor guests ot
Harry Uockwlth and family Sunday.
W. A. MoLoan sold his farm, tho
Rlttorsldo dairy ranch, to Mesarn.
McDougal of Medicine Hnt, Sas. Ho
will icavo In about two weeks, flrat
going to 8herldan. Ore., to visit with
relatives over tho holidays, then to
Mrs, Frank Donlavy and daughtor
Annn nttendod the meeting of tho
Daptlst ladles which wna held at tho
A groat many of tho fnrmorM In
this section nttondod tho salo In Rod
Rov, T. II. Fox of Rodmond pronch.
od hero Sunday.
Plans aro being mndo for n Christ
mas treo nnd entortnlnmont to bo
hold nt tho school house.
Tho farmers' got-togother meeting
which waa hold In Redmond Satur
day night .waa fairly well nttondod by
tho farmers In this vicinity. A very
enjoyablo tlmo was had. especially
appreciated being tho bountiful ban
quet. Among thoso prosont from
horo woro W A. McLean nnd daugh
tor Cora, R. M. Rlshop, Henry and
Carl Holmholu, Lloyd and Ilcnslo
Harador, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Don
lavy nnd John and Anna Donlavy.
Desslo Harador Is acting secretary
In tho Sunday school now.
NAMPLIJ I'OTATOKH WANTKIH
MAY 1IAVI1 NIOW DIHISAHM
CORVALLlH, Doc .-tn ordor to
nseertnln whether tho potato dlsonie
Hint recently nppenrod In this conn
try has notion Into Oregon, tho do
pnrtmont of plnnt pathology of tin
Oregon Agricultural Collogo wauul
like to rocolvo spoclmmin of scabby
ttthora from ovory part of tho stwo.
'.ho dlsonso under Investigation In
known aa powdory scab nnd In :1m
early stages la hard to dlstltiKUlidi
from common potato scab, although
It Is much more destructive when
Powdory .scab la wldoly distribut
ed In Europo nnd Is known to bo In
Hnstorn Canada, nnd In Massachu
setts and Nehraskn, It Is likely that
Ita distribution In tho United Rtntei
la moro gonornl, Anyone who tins
used aood potatoea from any of tho
above named districts or from any
recent Importations would do woll to
havo this examination inn do. It costa
nothing and may result In checking
uio uiseaao, should It havo reached
P. B. JOHNSON'S
Is Ihe placo tn buy
tho KKIIir KIND of
GKOCUHIHS nt tho
KKHIT KIND of prices
Near 28 ffllo Post
HAMPTON, Doc. l.-r-A Thanks
giving dlnnor was hold In Ilurr
HAMILTON HUTTK. Ulack's vacant house. Tho aftor-
HAMPTON IU7TTK. Nov S3 -.Tama' nn wa Pnt playing ball. In tho
Monroo has been working In nend for fv,on!nB the young folks had n boo
a couple of months but has now re
joined his family on their claim.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilrok have establish
cd residence on their claim cast of
John and Oscar Dlack have been
cutting wood for Horace Drooklngs.
Mr. Andorson bad as a passenger
on his car tho other day a live ante
lope, to bo shipped to Corvallis. It
was captured southeast of Hums by
Gabriel Datontl Is hauling hay this
Mr. Plnkus and Ray Harper from
near Wagontlre wero In this locality
on business the first of tho week and
report the well being drilled for Mr.
Pinkus as bolng down more than 2S0
feet at tho time thoy left.
Since the ground has frozen the
auto truck driven report better
roads and better running tlmo.
HAMPTON DUTTE, Dec. 8. -The
settlers here aro now getting in tholr
winter supply of wood.
C. J. Stauffer, Jim Hartoon and day,
lal tlmo together,
Ruth nnd Frances Land ford spent
tho Thanksgiving holidays In Hamil
Durr Dlack nnd W. T. Harrison nro
In Dend this wcok for supplies for
tho Hampton store.
L. C. Peck took tho school census
Frances Langford proved up on
hor claim before Commissioner A.
S. Fogg h'ore last wook. Flschor Lo
gan and S. Samson ot Dry Lako were
Mrs. Lootena ot Dry Lako waa In
Hampton last week vlaltlng her slo
wer, Mrs. Van Lake,
Mr. Durrla has lately eroctod n
barn on his place. Forrest Noeld,
Karl Kollar, L. Miller, A. T. Shaver
and Mr. Zlorolf helped In tho raising.
Hurley Hoguo and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon.
Mr. Ammona of Maury Mountain
was In Hampton Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fogg mado a
business trip to Dry Lake last Mon-
Howard Folkorson aro on their wny
to Dend for lumber nnd well casing.
The easing is for Mr. Plnkus, who
completed ono woll at a depth of 270
Guy GUlam spent Saturday with
J. K. Meyors, tho county school
MlinrlnlAintnnl vlaltn.l llainnln..
fnnf mill la tinvlncr nnnll,., ,lrlll,l l.u l"""'i ..a.iwn nuuiilUH
. n, m ..:. . """" "" "'.last week
t, i. ouaver oc v.u.
T. C. Ewlng gavo n bachelors'
smoker and card party Saturday, De-
comber 6. Aftor playing "600" until I CLINK
a lato hour thoso present enjoyed oya- Rlshop and W.
tors, cako, coffee and cocoa. Tho oc- horses this week. ,
caslon was Mr. Kwlng's birthday. j, nnd Lloyd Harador arrived
John Ulac,k was suffering from a Monday ovenlng, coming ovorlnnd
FALLS. Deo. 0. R. M.
J. Woods traded
New in Bend
"Spy, I am new in Bend, and have got
to purchase a bill of eatables. Where
is the best place to buy them? Where
do you get your groceries?"
"Well, sir I'll tell you. I have
tried them all, and I think, or at
least ray wife says, that SHUEY'S CASH
GROCERY really gives the best all
around satisfaction. As for good
quality, low prices, and prompt de
livery, they cannot be beaten."
"I believe I'll try them."
Best cane sugar, per cwt - - - $7.50
Best, standard puck Tomatoes per can 1 Oc.
No. 2 solid pack Tomatoes - - - 10c,
A fine line of candies at 15 cents per
pound and 15 cents per half pound. !
Shuey's Cash Grocery
CLOVERDALK. Dec. 8. Karlo
Oru bo, while cutting wood Tuesday,
drovo a wedgo Into his knoo cap and
has boon laid up nil wook.
J. II. Plnnoll loft for his homo In
California Tuesday. Ho had boon
visiting with Mr. and Mrs: E. M. Pray
and family .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Tompleton
have spent tho' pant weok In Prlno
vllle, Mr. Tomplton being on tho Jury.
The neighborhood Chrlstmna treo
and oxorclses will be hold tho even
ing of tho 21th.
Rov. Mr. Harper, who la now
holding meetings nt Lower Ilrldge.
win proaoh at the school house at tho
regular tlmo noxt Sunday.
C. D. and F. L. Krwln of Hlltsboro
spent tho wcok end at Clovcrdnlo
Sir. Wnldron la clearing n great
many acres of land with his onglno.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Grubo and fam
ily spent tho evening with Mr. and
Mra. Chas. Carson, Saturday.
John Lowe has completed a cabin
on his homestead.
W. P. Slmer haa been helping G.
Johnson put In platform scales.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Cyrus spent Sun
day with tholr son, Georgo Gyrus.
Will Wilson of Sisters purchased
a cow and a calf from E. M. Pray.
Geo. and Tom McAndrewa havo
gone to Dend to work.
Geo. Durnsldo was In Slaters on
J. W. McKlnney has been hauling
a stack of hay from Clovcrdnlo to
his homo noar Slstors.
Mr. A by and son of Redmond woro
out to their ranch tho past weak.
Tho young men of tho neighbor
hood had n rabbit drive Sunday af
ternoon, but vory fow rabbits wero
Mr. Kltno mndo n business trip to
Will Young of Redmond passed
through hero Thurssday with an nuto
load of land buyers.
Word haa beon reenlvod here of
tho marriage of Henry Hewer on
December 3 to' Miss Alma' Coo toy of
Portland. Whllo on a vacation this
summer Mr. Hewor met his brldo at
LAIDLAW. Doc, 8. Mrs. Mlntn
Howard, Mrs. It. U. Flloklnger nnd
Mlsg Fay Gerklng went homo with
Mr. Wnlker Monday. Thoy will ro
Neal liny and Ruy Drown woro In
Quito a number or l.aldlaw peo
ple nttondod tho preaching service nt
Plnohurat school house Sunday nttor
noon conducted by A. O. Walker.
Mr. and Mra. Jess llnrtcr, Mr. and
Mrs. Dyron Cndy and Mr. nnd Mrs
John Coon wont to Alfalfa Tuesday
to help Mrs. Walker culebrnto her
birthday, and rojolco over tho man-
glod remains of a largo turkey and
many other dollcacles that looked do
cldoly mangled after tho company
got through with them.
The church was crowded Sunday
evening for tho song service and A,
0. Walker's recital of llryant'a
"Thanntopsls," with the sort accom
paniment of tho plnno was n splendid
feature of tho evening.
Mrs. J. w. Drown nnd son and
Mrs. Plain spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Jackson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Smith nnd A. O
Walker took dlnnor with Mr. nnd
Mra, Jess Ilnrtor Sunday. .
Mrs, C. J. Mock nas tho prim iiTw
of this section. She Is a registered
Kroslnn Holstoln nnd her tiamo' Is
Ruysdnlo lloauty Tlffnny, nnd aim
given Mra. Mock 22 pounds or do.
Ilcloiis butter a week. '
Tho ladles cleared 165 from the
dance on Thanksgiving night. TIih
oxlinnsos were heavy, nnd this rut
down the net returns.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coon spent 1ih
day with Mr. nnd Mrs, llyrdn Urn
HIBTKIIB. Dec, 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Ilrnnton wont to Redmond Wiulne
dny where Mrs. llrnnlon will riunltlit
for aniuo Uinu visiting her parent
and othor, relatives.
C, C. Iluchanan and wire wero bus
iness visitors In Klstora Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. N. qulberg attend-
(Contlnuod on Pago 11.)
Tho placo to buy
Whotosalo Orders taken nt Portland
Fencing Wire, Implemonls. Men's
FurnlshlnRs. Drygoods, Generaf'
Get our prlrcol It ulll pay you.'
('. A. IIK.VUHTO.Y,
Mry Ijiko, Orrgiiu,
Xmas Presents r
You can find them for young people
and. old folks most desirable in our
Dishes and Kitchenware
Rugs and Couch Covers
and most especially our line of
and all other furniture at prices that
were never so LOW in Bend, at
A. L. HUNTER
Oregon Street, Bond, Oregon
PICTURE FRAMING NEATLY DONE.
HIGHLAND, Doc. S.-John Shmeor
left Sunday ror Prlnovllle whoro ho
will spond several days.
Max drops returned to his homo
stead Tuesday from Loldlnw, Ho will
spond tho winter horo.
Eric Danlolson has boon busy plow
ing nnd has also put up n now bam.
H. W. Palmer loll ror llond Thurs
day whoro ho wont on a special bus
A pleasant Burpuso was given E.
Danlolson Tuosday evening. Car do
woro played and tho hostess uorvod
a vory tempting lunch,
Tho Womnn'n Country Club mot nt
tho homo or Mrs. 1'oto Nlolsou. A big
time wnH planned ror Christmas, n
treo and enndy far tho children and n
program being docided on.
Josoph Hnllmoyor returned Thurs
day from Dend with a loud of gro
ceries for tho Highland storo,
Tho pOHtolIlco horo Is now com
plete and mall leaves twice n week,
on Tuesday nnd Friday. It ulso nr-
rlvcs qn tho buiiio days, J, D. Rivers
Is the postmaster.
A dance was glvon at Dry Lnko on
Thanksgiving evo and a largo crowd
from horo attended.
Clean Plastering Sand
When tho email pnrtlcles of snntl nro
coated with dirt or other foreign
mnttor, tho Jlmo cannot como Into
fntlmnto contact with tho Band par
ticles, thus reducing tho cohoalvo
Btrength and making n weak pluster
Bolton, Ruetenik & May
Washed Sand and Screened Gravel.
FRANK MAY, Mgr. Bend, Ore.